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in the coast, east of new orleans to get to safety, cnn kaley is in downtown new orleans. tom, to you, give us the time line of when will it happen and what kind of condition are we talking about? >> we'll have an update. 100 miles per hour still offshore. this is moving at incredible speed right now of good news and bad news. the good news is storms that are moving at 25 miles per hour. these kinds of hurricanes, they cannot intensify, they don't like to move this fast. however, 90 miles per hour sustained winds, we are only of 6 miles per hour away from a category two. that's going to happen and it looks like it is going to be east of new orleans and that's where most of the damage will be. we'll have a possible land fall. the ring bands making their way through new orleans, getting up
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to baton rouge as well. notice the bright colors here. the outer band will have a good potential of tornados. gulf shore had tornado warnings. this band moving into the region, it is a precursor thing to come, most of the rainfalls are on the northern end of the center core. now, let me show you quickly, a visual image and this is a ghost 16 visual imagery, visual satellite and what you are going to see here and i am going to point out to you, notice the high ridge here, maybe hard to see on this. here is your tornado threat on the northern band and now we are starting to see a little bit of an eye form. hard to see on the satellite imagery but it is better to see on radar. what we'll be watching and the hours ahead is a big surge of water. underneath the core of that center. as it slides into the region, of course, where the slow slopes of
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the ocean through the shoreline will create dangerous storm surge. now, we are talking about the possibility of seven or eight or nine t nine, ten or storm surge. a watch as far as north georgia where irma is moving through. that's going to be a big concern as well. wide power outages. when you take sustained winds at 90 miles per hour which will only get stronger and you couple that with its forward momentum from the core eastward. that north and north eastern quad dr quadrant well over 115 miles per hour. anywhere from the center of the track, flight delays are going to be a big concern all the way up to new york city and to boston area. 7 to 11 foot storm surge, big concern and the storm moving east of new orleans, ana.
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that'll be north winds. we are going to have some flo flooding and that's why we'll have some flooding of saint bernard. it is a fast move but the rain totals are turning lower. >> thank you, tom. >> kaley, i know you have been driving around new orleans, what are you seeing there? are a lot of people remain ng tin the city and what preparations are you seeing people take? >> reporter: outside of the gates, those are the areas of mandatory evacuations. people there are heeding the warnings and getting to a safe space. here in downtown new orleans it is another day where rain is falling. here, molly is on the market. this bar is not going down. there is a bachelorette party here, these girls are here from san francisco. even though there is a curfew in
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place tonight, they say they're not going close. this restaurant is well, we met a family visiting from chicago. i want to ask you guys again, what kinds of concerns do you have, you made these plans awhile ago to come to new orleans, you are go i think to ride out the storms here, any concerns? >> they're not worried and we are not. have fun and keep drinking and eating and have some fun. >> yeah! >> you guys told me earlier because the folks here in new orleans don't seem concerned. does that surprise you? >> yes, it does. i thought things will be locking up and everything. it is good. we are here for vacation and we are going to enjoy. nothing is going to stop us. >> michelle here, what's your perspective on a 7:00 p.m. curfew in effect and they're going to continue and enjoy your establishment and everything else that new orleans had to
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offer? >> there is not going to be a -- harris casino is closing at 7:00 tonight, it is going to be a lot of fun tonight. don't believe it. i don't know which i want to call it. >> now, i will go ahead and say heed the warning of the 7:00 p.m. cure f 7:00 p.m. curfew, so many people are feeling safe. >> despite seeing them partying or hunkering down or heeding the warnings from officials. katie katung, thank you. on the phone with us, the governor of baton rouge, thank you for spending time with us. you made -- as we spoke about 24 hours ago. now you are telling people to prepare for a category three hurricane and you hear those folks kaley was talking to, they're not worried at all. >> well, ana, you always are
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going to have some of that. we have been told the official forecast is a category two at land fall. that's going to happen at about 7:00 p.m. because there is some intensification ongoing, we are planning for category three. at this point in time, we are being aided most by just forward speed of the storm and so that's not going to allow a lot of time to drop rain but that increase wind speed is going to increase the storm surge so tom was conta exactly right. this is going to be a storm event and it remains powerful storm that people cannot take too lightly. >> what should people be doing? >> beginning to go to the place
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where they want to ride the storm out. we got a number of places in southeast louisiana under evacuation and orders where there is mandatory or voluntary, they need to get where they're going to be within the next hour or so because this thing is going to come ashore at 7:00 p.m. it should be out of the storm and should be the mouth of the mississippi river. because there is a nighttime land fall event, it makes things much harder, people cannot see where the motor is on roads. we urge everyone to take the storm seriously and follow directives given my authorities and with respect to cure few >> i saw your tweet this morning about speaking with the president ahead of the storm, what did he have to say? he called this morning making sure that he and i knew he and the federal government not just paying attention but leaning forward of whatever asset that
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we may need. i appreciate the phone call, he did sign a freeland fall declaration last night that we had asked for 17 south louisiana parishs and i appreciate the phone call and assistance very much. we feel very good of the level of coordination of communications that we had. some people were worry that with harvey hitting texas so recently that fema would not be ready. i had enough conversations with them that they are back in the posture that they would normally be in after harvey. so we feel good about that. we just need people to not expose themselves unreasonably to the risk of harm tonight and when they do that, they also make sure that what they call first responders to have to risk their safety so we just need to do better. >> what is the plan then for the hours after the storm passes? >> what plans are in place to assess the damage and help people who may need it?
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>> well, business with the storm moving quickly, very early tomorrow, we are going to be able to get out of the wind and the wind will not be a threat so we'll be able to get out both on the air and on the ground. we have certain areas where we know we have to go check on first. that's where the title surges are going to be, the biggest and tom, the number are exactly right, we are expecting of 11 feet of storm surge and around lake paris and seven feet. that's all aboveground level. responding to any calls that we have from homeowner and surge rescue done. louisiana boat who got 1300 national guard men who's deployed. we feel like we are in a good place right now. you never know what you are going to get and so we are praying for the best. not just for ourselves but for
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our neighbors in mississippi and alabama as well. >> governor john, be bel edward from louisiana. thank you for that and good luck in the hours ahead. >> ana, thank you very much. >> president trump just tweeted. another crywarning and this tims about north korea. stay with us, we'll bring it to you when we are back, you are live in the cnn newsroom. "grandma! grandpa!" ♪ thanks mom. here we are. look, right up to here. principal. we can help you plan for that. about to see progressive's new home quote explorer. where you can compare multiple quote options online and choose what's right for you. woah. flo and jamie here to see hqx.
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welcome back, the vice president right now is speaking in las vegas. lets listen in. >> we find hope in the medical professionals in this community, the doctors and surgeons and nurses and emts across las vegas who's swift and professionalism and compassion and expert care preve preventing wider tragedy. >> we find hope in the everyday
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americans whose heroic actions inspire others. a mom shielded her 4-year-old daughter with her own body. a father who helped guide others to safety even though he been shot not once but twice. off duty firefighter told his wife he had to run but he had to stay to help those in need. an army veteran rushed to the scene to fiend his girlfriend ad mom and ended up carrying the wounded off the field. these were everyday americans. everyday. from this day forward, we'll remember their self lessness and encourage when ever we remember the dark hour. [ applause ]
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on sunday night las vegas came face to face with pure evil. no act of violence will diminish the strength of the american people. as president trump said on monday morning, our unity cannot be shattered by evolve. our bonds cannot be broken by violence. he said it is our love that dedivid divides us today and always will. love binds all and together in unity. and so in the wake of this tragedy, we put on love. we find comfort in the knowledge that we are united as one nation, one people with one voice. united in our grief and united in our support from those who suffered and united in our result ending such evil in our
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time. [ applause ] >> again, listening into the vice president, those are live comments radioiight now. this is an event in las vegas offering healing thoughts to the community prayer walk that's about to get under way remembering those lives loss of the community that's been in grieving for r almost a week. we'll keep listening and bring you highlights as we continue. the president trump is back in the white house, earlier today, he was in virginia and golf club and moments ago tweeted more comments about north korea. >> this is what he writes. "presidents and the administrations have been talking to north korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid
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has not worked, agreements violate before the ink was dry making fools of u.s. negotiators, sorry but only one thing works." the calm before the storm, being cry cryptic. what he's trying to say is lean towards military action will work with north koreans. who things are going on. he's sending a message to kim jong-un, the u.s. is trying to put this pressure on north korea. >> north korea is quiet for the last week or so. i don't know why he's doing it all of a sudden. he's playing with secretary of state rex tillerson a little bit. you saw the nbc story of secretary tillerson, calling president trump a moron and a lot of that plays into what happened a week ago when secretary tillerson said that he
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was talking with the north koreans and president trump wanted to smack him down a little bit and say lets not waste our time, nothing is going to work. i don't think it pertains any military action. the president is trying to give off this madman theory. >> what are the possible consequences for a tweet like this? >> you know, the united states where he's speaking to his base and toughness that they like. this signals a lack of seriousness on the president in terms of the message he's sending not only to china who they're trying to get on board to put more pressure but also to north korea. kim jong-un can see this in two ways. he can see this as the president declaring war against north korea on twitter or we get his backup and perhaps get him to start firing missiles or firing on u.s. allies and maybe another
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nuclear test, who knows? >> the opposite is actually dangerous is north korea thinks the president is bluffing. he kept on making these comments and they're not going anywhere. if you remember a couple of weeks ago, kim jong-un was upset on president trump that he took this unusual act of making a statement in his own words and he called the president a mentally deranged dodder. what's a dodder? it is a senile and old person that has questions of being fit. whether he thinks he's declaring war or bluffering, equally, it is dangerous. that's why i think these tweets are irresponsible. >> it comes after we heard a comment earlier this week from
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bob corker came out and said that it was tillerson and kelly and mattis who are keeping things to order avoiding chaos in his words and find that the president was creating some kind of chaos. >> that's right. his spokesperson, sarah hucklebee sanders, says it is the president that's keeping the united states away from the cha chaos. the president is in stilling a lot of chaos in the country, in the foreign policy. look, you have secretary mattis and tillerson, general kelly and his chief of staff who were seen as the adults in the room and seen as having a sober and moderate foreign policy that tries to find a diplomatic solution. there were some in the white house and you know we don't know where president trump is because sometimes he says he's forcing diplomacy and other times he sees tweets like this. you don't know where he is. certainly those three are trying
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to keep the united states on an even kill and the president is not controllable. he kind of says things and whether he means them or not, they send dangerous messages abroad. that's why senator corker says everyone speaks highly of these cabinet members are going to give the president p best kind of advise. the question is whether he's going to take it and whether those kinds of tweets and comments he makes make the world less or more dangerous on the united states particularly. >> we always appreciate it your reporting and your perspective in all of this. new details of the massacre? las vegas. what we are learning now of the hunt for the motive, we'll take you live to nevada, nur tyou ar the cnn newsroom. ah, dinner.
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vice president mike pence is in las vegas today. he spoke a moment ago, i want to play a little bit of what he said. >> i stand before you today on behalf of my family -- >> looks like -- talk about the investigation as these investigators are digging through every dimension ofs the las vegas shooter. they're looking for anything that may explain why he opened
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fire on those people. stephanie is live in las vegas and following every new lead in this. >> frustrating, no, they're not. you can hear the frustration as the sheriff was talking about the exact issue. authorities are able to pinpoint what the motive would have been. that's not the case here with this 64-year-old who they do know have been amassing weapons over several decades. they're combing through his life, footprints from birth until he died. we found some sort of notes in his room with numbers on it. they're trying to figure out what those mean and what could it potentially mean. his car was found of 1600 rounds of ammunition.
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something if it was fired on could have exploded. you could see another casualty event had that happen. that was not the case when his car was located. all this little details leading investigators and leading authorities to believe that this individual thought he may be able to survive what he was doing in his hotel room and make ittous to his car, ana. >> i understand you also have new details of the security guard went up to the shooter's room and interrupted the attack. why was he actually there, we are learning? >> right, his name, he's a hero here, he's jesus campo. that's something they get an alert through throughout the hotel. he was going up there to check up on that. the shooter saw on his camera that he had set up outside of
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the hotel room that this security officer was arriving, he shot through the door and shooting campos in the leg and what authorities believe based on their time line that the shooter did not actually shoot back out into the crowd after that encounter with compose. if you think about what that means, the chance of this alarm down the hall went off, the chance that campos came up when he did may have saved so many other lives. it was also key for him to be able to pinpoint exactly where this massive hotel behind me he was in that building so authorities were able to respond to so quickly. >> stephanie in las vegas. >> thank you, i want to bring our retired fbi agent, james, it is hard to imagine that this guy had more than 50 pounds of
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materials and nobody had an inch of knowledge of his plan. >> unfortunately, we do not have any registry when it comes to weapons. he seems to be scattered out in four states. what's perplexing is some of the things we are finding of the after math of this horrific massacre such as the notes with just numbers on it. >> we know this guy was into numbers. >> yes, yes. >> maybe it is in codes. it is in the hands of our fbi, i am sure they'll do due diligence. was the car set up as a decoy filled with all the extra rounds to give police other thing to look at and focused on. was the note something to give the idea that he was going to play the cat and mouse game even after he taken his own life >> these details are trickling
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out, do we have some significance and what stands out the most to you? >> investigators and sheriffs mentioned there is thousands of leads. every trip that he took and his girlfriend took and every cruise that he took. >> 20 cruises. the fbi and those folks are filled with leads. we have not find the motive yet. this is frustrating, going back as far as 1966, there is a grieve yens or a particular group and it triggers it. there is no squeeze on facebook
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or attacking different groups o r nobody came out that he had a trigger. it is just utterly baffling. i refer to this guy as an enigma. are you surprise that there is the device that can essentially attach to a gun and simulate with an automatic weapon. there is other ways that you can make the weapon automatic without the device. >> law enforcement in the military and i am a vet and i am former long enforcement. propon second amendment. a gimmick and a work around.
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i am going to put my hat on as a professor, think about this and in ten minutes, this subject was able to kill 58 people and wound 500. that's roughly the equivalent of an american military battalion in the bloodiest battles in iraq. the battle of volusia, 82 men killed and 600 wounded. >> let that sink in just a second. until ten minutes, this man was able to kill element in equivalent of the battle of volusia. >> it was like a war felt lit r literally. >> thank you, our expertise trying to help us make sense of this. lets talk about the guns and
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potential ban on bump stocks. they allowed the shooter to fire bullets so rapidly at a gun show that was scheduled for this weekend in las vegas was cancelled of last week's killing. they got a show in reno, nevada is going on as planned. >> dan simon is there, he's joinijoi joining us from the cross roads. what are you hearing of attendees there in the wake of what happened in vegas? >> reporter: there are some people in reno who thought this gun show should have been cancelled, the optics are not looking good. it is happening and 3,000 people are expected to attend over the weekend. one question we wanted to s ask is how they feel about bump stocks. should bump stocks be banned? moo wh what we found is the majority of them saying no, a couple of people took the opposite position. you will hear both represented.
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lets take a look. >> do you think bump stocks should be banned? >> no, absolutely not. what should be banned is bad people. >> it takes four or six minutes to put on and this is the way it works. >> if people that want them, they should be able to have it. >> you need to get rid of the bad people, there is nothing wrong with any and everyone the common people should have fully autos. you got to take these laws and make people responsible for their actions. >> i think it is ridiculous to have those things. if you are a military police, that's one thing. the public really need that with the technology of weapons and semi autos as fast as you can pull the trigger. what more do you need? >> i don't think they should be banned. they have a recreational use for people. the weapon and the person behind
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the weapon are, you know, more of the issue. >> let me stop you right there. >> why would anyone need to have that? >> like a lot of things, right? >> there is a lot of things that we don't haves to have a reason to own. >> get your heads down right now. >> run that way. when you have a mass shooting like this, what happens to business? >> it increases greatly. we the people have the right to protect ourselves and our family even until the shedding of blood. and otto, we are hearing bump stock sales are going through the roof since folks started talking about regulations. we should point out that just this weekend alone, there are patrol 50 gun shows taken place across the country and it is typical for a weekend of the united states as far as gun shows are concerned.
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i would imagine that similar conversations are taken place off of these events. ana. >> dan esimon, thank you for that. all eyes are on nate. >> a dangerous storm taking aim at the gulf coast. the timing of when it will make land fall and how powerful it maybe and the kind of damage it could inflict. next, you are live with with "cnn newsroom." -whoa, he looks -- -he looks. -no. -separated at birth much? we should switch name tags, and no one would know who was who. jamie, you seriously think you look like him? uh, i'm pretty good with comparisons. like how progressive helps people save money by comparing rates, even if we're not the lowest. even if we're not the lowest. whoa! wow. i mean, the outfit helps, but pretty great. look at us. wow. i mean, the outfit helps, but pretty great. (avo) but you also have a higher risk of heart attack or stroke.
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breaking news on cnn. the hurricane is speeding through the gulf coast of the united states. this storm is making land fall tonight. the outer band in fact of this storm is felt in louisiana. most models had the storm hitting southeast of new orleans. people who are choosing to stay on mississippi and alabama coastline will feel the brunt of hurricane nate.
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we'll keep you updated of the notice. this week was the deadline for daca. meantime, sources tell cnn demanded by top white house policy adviser steven miller threatened to derrel to replace daca. among other things, the white house are asking to make it more difficult to legal residents of the u.s. to bring in family members of countries of origins. now they may have to leave them behind. we talk to entrepreneurs about how all of this uncertainty is affecting them. >> we are not taking jobs. >> you can have my job if you could do it. >> they're in the u.s. through no fault of their own.
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>> our backgrounds set us up to kind of have the fight within us. >> the business needs me to help those bring growth and diversity. >> brought to the u.s. illegally by their parents. >> we want to be able to pour back into our families and communities. >> if you cannot do my job, what job am ifilling from. >> their futures do, too. >> i was about 9-year-old and my parents decided to come to america and we get on the plane. all i remember was me saying thank you to the host. we came to the apartment and i remember my mother was like we are not going back. >> ifrs born i was born in egypt. >> research says more than 5% of daca recipients have started
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their own businesses. that doubles the overall u.s. rate. >> a little over a year ago, employs nearly 30 people. >> what do you say to the people who say that you as some one here with daca are taking american's jobs? >> i grew up playing baseball. and baseball for whatever you wanted, you were given the shot to earn what ever you won. the best man wins. >> we are competing. >> daniel works a 9:00 to 5:00 and started her own business on the side. unless students who cannot make it to class, you can take it online. >> we don't know if dpanielle i
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going to be here in two years. >> what does it mean for her to lever? >> they are not doing this, probably because they don't have a danielle. >> the relationship with my father is very special to me. >> one day he had a massive heart attack and passed away. >> do you think of a lot of why you are pursuing the american dreams is for him? >> yes. >> i do things for me and not so much for myself. my thing is being able to accomplish something and bring it back for my family and community. >> part of me says yeah, i want to stay here and another part of me is how can we go back to live in the shadows where we had a taste of what it is to be in the light. vanessa is joining us now. thank you for bringing ups the
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story, that was so enlightening and their future is up in the air. backup plans if congress does not act in the next five months when daca expires. >> right, well the thing with dreamers, they had to make backup plans with their entire lives. they don't want to go back to where they came from. the reason why were brought here, most of the times they're unresting their country or political strikes. >> they're not making plans to go back but making plans to go to other country. >> he's from mexico. he has moved all his bank accounts into mexican banks. the uncertainty of what's going to happen in the next five months is just so, we don't know, so if you want to have a safety net to fall back on, if that time comes where he had to leave the country.
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it goes just show he's thinking ahead. i am curious of what happens this week because of deadlines and status is expiring before march 5th. they had to re-apply for those status by last thursday of october 5th. about a quarter of them did not. a quarter of them were eligible. do we know why? >> those were the numbers we were given by u.s. immigration services on thursday before that deadline. 36,000 people not applying. there is a couple of reasons. one maybe that they did not know. it was not highlightly publicized that the renewal date was on october 5th. they don't want to deal or stress of what it means to apply for daca again and the third is the fee of 500s dollars.
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>> that's a lot of money. that deadline is set into place a month ago in september. so really tight window for people to try to raise this money. >> vanessa, thank you very much for that story and the report. good to see you. coming up, president trump tweeting yet another warning and this time is about north korea. stay with us, you are live in the cnn's newsroom. it took us three or four years to motivate people to go to class and for all the people who are scared of walking into that boot camp and they have never done it or they did not know how to put their shoes into. at some point, we realized that people love going to class and it was putting a bit of debt coventriment on our business. we had to make sure our package and pricing are sustainable.
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two nights before the massacre. he performed songs he wrote to honor them. >> last night -- somebody sent mae vid me a video of a lady talking on anderson cooper on cnn and she had on my church choir and he said what brought you to vegas and she said we went there to see eric church because it was his guy and we went there to see his guy and she said, we have tickets for the grand opry tomorrow. as i over hear, if you are
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there, there is empty seats and i will tell you something, the reason i am here, the reason i am here tonight is because of heather and her son, sunny, who died and every person that was there. let me tell you something, i saw that crowd. i saw them with their hands in the air, i saw them with boots in the air and when i saw that moment in time it was frozen, there is no amount of bullets that took away. [ cheers ] [ applause ] ♪ yet the lord is my refuge, my fortress ♪ ♪ i will never know why, wicked
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gets a pray on the best ♪ ♪ at the top of your lungs so loud, my song that you sang so sweetly and my ears for ever now ♪ ♪ yeah when the morning, and a glorious still breeze ♪ ♪ i will ask the god, why you? why not me ♪ ♪ you are in the cnn newsroom, i am an a cabrera in new york. we are watching the hurricane
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right now. this time, people living in mississippi and indiana and louisiana are getting the impact. the outer band is felt in louisiana and this storm is moving very fast. conditions are getting worst by the minutes. hurricanes should make land fall in the next two or three hours of a category two storm. cnn has our reporter teams and meteorologists across the impacted zone. we'll be with you all night tonight on where the storm is headed. first with our meteorologist tom sa sader, what's the latest? >> sustained speed is still the same at 90 miles per hour. it still has the time and space to get the category 2 strengths. it only need to get to 96 miles per hour. . it is south of bloiloxi, we are seeing some convection of the northern end, you can see on the

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